Whether you're in the comfort of your own backyard patio or roughing it at the campsite, the Camp Chef Italia Artisan Pizza Oven enables you to enjoy true artisan-style pizza. Made from stainless steel, the housing is incredibly easy to clean, has a double-wall construction and a ventilated oven door to enhance the heating dynamics, and a cordierite ceramic pizza stone to truly mimic the cooking properties of an authentic, wood-fired brick oven. Reaching temps upwards of 700F, this oven has a built-in valve ignition and a micro-adjust valve to give you total flame control, while the built-in temperature gauge lets you safely monitor internal air temps to make sure your crust is cooked to that perfect golden brown. Running on a one-pound disposable propane bottle, you're able to enjoy gourmet pizzas in the woods, but Camp Chef also realized that's not for everyone, so it included a regulator and a five-foot hose to adapt to the standard bulk propane tank for everyday, backyard use.
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